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Webinar: Scar pregnancy & abnormally invasive placenta. 6pm (UK) July 22

Book your place at the “Scar pregnancy & abnormally invasive placenta.” webinar at 6pm (UK) on the 22nd of July. This is the third in the “East meets West” Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ultrasound Webinar Series 2021 – supported by Samsung and brought to you by experts from Imperial College London, through Imperial Consultants.

The programme:

  1. Prof George Condous, University of Sydney, (Australia)  –  Diagnosing and managing caesarean scar pregnancies
  2. Dr Maya Al Memar, Imperial College London (UK)  – Can some scar pregnancies be managed expectantly?
  3. Dr Rozi Aditya Aryananda, Airlangga University (Indonesia)  –  The Indonesian approach to establishing a referral system for AIP
  4. Prof Andrea Dall’Asta, University of Parma (Italy)  –  Imaging the abnormally invasive placenta
  5. Mr Joseph Yazbek, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust UK and Prof Christoph Lees, Imperial College London (UK)  –  Surgical approaches for AIP (1) delivery of the fetus (2) internal iliac artery occlusion

Why attend?

Hear about new imaging techniques for abnormally invasive placenta, understand the controversies underlying scar pregnancy, and appreciate the reasons underlying different surgical approaches to delivery and reducing blood loss at Caesarean.

This webinar is for sonologists, sonographers, obstetricians, specialists in fetal medicine, radiologists and midwives.

Places are limited, so register here to secure yours today


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